Includes up-front ads, audio commentary with writer/director Craig Brewer, a 27-minute Behind The Hustle featurette, 15-minutes dedicated to making this movie By Any Means Necessary, a 14-minute Creating' Crunk featurette, a five minute glimpse at the Memphis premiere, six promotional spots, and previews.
DVD General Information
Paramount Home Entertainment
For sex and drug content, pervasive language, and some violence
Djay (Howard) is a streetwise pimp and drug dealer from the ghettos of Memphis, whose dream of becoming a rap musician seems out of reach. He's able to drum up the support of old high school buddy, Key (Anderson), a church sound engineer, and they eventually enlist the help of beatmaker Shelby (Qualls). Finally, with the help of his lady friends
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD picture exhibits a color palette that is vivid and richly saturated, at times bordering oversaturation. Images are generally sharp and detailed, with nicely rendered textures, although the picture can appear a bit
Using the surrounds and LFE channel fluently for the impressive music mix, the Dolby
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